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  1. Krysta usually wasn't one to purposefully eavesdrop on other conversations, it was often rude. However, the context she overheard brought her to listen anyway, as she was now willing to join the conversation when the time was right. After yet another player gave his thoughts to the two players' discussion on life and death, Krysta would need to give her thoughts. She would walk a bit closer to the players in said discussion. "While capturing is indeed an option for some, there are others who are far worse than one might think. While it is true that we mustn't let our blades and anguish control
  2. Visiting the Monument of Life had become a routine to Krysta. It reminded her of the reality of the situation, and that there were many lives to save, but it also fueled her vendetta. She would slowly walk into the room, several players were present, but she was not focused on that for the time being. She walked up to the monument and took a fairly quick look. <<Wardege>> Full-loss Duel against Dazia <<Lupix>> Full-loss Duel against Dazia <<Aldinago>> Player-Killed by Dazia It seemed that so far, nothing had changed.
  3. Victory was at hand, there was no mistaking it. The opposing healer had fallen earlier, and the Berserker was vanquished soon after. Two player landed powerful blows against the opposing mage, it would surely be destroyed by the assault. Everyone else decided to either recover their energy, or continue the assault on the Unyielding Avatar. As much as Krysta would have loved to finish off the creature, there were enough strikes upon it to end it, at least from what she could guess. She saw Vigilon deal the latest hit against the armored foe, and smiled, primarily because he was able to strike t
  4. The healer who opposed the players was destroyed, the lethal blow dealt by that monstrosity, Dazia... If anything, it was at least good to know the other enemies would not have any of their HP levels restored. Speaking of HP, there was one other player who currently needed some aid. The players were on their way to Victory now, but this was not the time to exercise courage before caution. The player should be healed just in case, in the event of a worst-case scenario. Krysta would walk over to the young healer and place her hands on said healer's shoulders, and closed her eyes as she activated
  5. The bosses revived after their destruction once again, but then something happened over in a distant battle....Krysta chose to pay attention to another battle in action, seeing a great and terrible dragon reviving itself....and then suddenly, the crystals' red glow faded to black. Krysta's eyes widened at the realization. The enemy wasn't ever-returning...they were simply given "Extra Lives" by these infernal crystals...but now that they were no longer glowing, Krysta believed that this meant there were no more such extra lives for these soulless fiends to make use of. They were now as mortal
  6. The healer of the opposing forces was destroyed, only to return so suddenly after. The four monstrosities broke into laughter over the players' attempts, taunting them and mocking them. "No one who bears a good heart would ever laugh at another's misfortune in a matter of life and death, such as combat, for instance." Krysta remarked. She then noticed something was off with another player's response to the situation... Krysta was heading over to the players' tank to heal her, but then she glanced over and saw Dazia...who seemed to be in a foul mood, with unyielding hatred and malice...eyes bur
  7. The mage would shatter, but there was a problem that could never have been anticipated...the revival of the very atrocity the players had slain. This was like that mad dream again, when one foe's life force was tied to another...but which of the enemies had such power, if at all? One of the monstrosities cackled as the mage was resurrected. There it was, its maniacal laughter had given away its role in the battle. The healer had made the foolish mistake of revealing itself to the players, who, surely, were very much aware of what they were up against at this time. Before Krysta could see to it
  8. What a dark, unusual group these enemies were...their expressions burned with hatred, but whatever for? "I do not even know who you are..." Krysta admitted. "But if you seek to bring only harm to the innocent and defenseless," She began, as she raised both her weapon and her shield. "I shall not hesitate to strike you down." She declared. Now that she thought about it, the gaping hole in the floor above had most likely harmed innocents, both player and NPC. The sinister crystals lining the hole were highly similar to the many horrific, crystalline growths that encrusted her new foes.
  9. What a cruel man Kayaba was, setting up such a horrendous trap for the players like this. There was clearly more in store for the players, for better and for worse. The good news was, the players survived the fall and received some support from someone or something. Krysta could not tell what, as it happened so suddenly during the fall. The bad news would be, that there were enemies lying in wait for any players who survived the fall. Krysta got up, and saw that she and several other players had not only survived the fall, but were being protected from the immediate threat to them by a ba
  10. After the two had embraced, Vigilon attempted to say a pick up line to Krysta. He had done so awkwardly, but the most likely reason that he tried at all was because he knew that it wouldn't fail...after all, the two were already in a relationship. Krysta would laugh for a bit, then with a smile, she would say to Vigilon, "It is a little late for that now, is it not? We are already in a relationship, after all." As far as Krysta knew, pick up lines were used to ask someone out on a date before forming a relationship. She believed this because she and a few female friends of hers were often targ
  11. After having gathered some Gold stars alongside three other players, it was time for Krysta to turn in her gold stars as contribution to the project that the children had needed them for. She walked over towards the center, and brought the gold stars to one of the children. "I do hope that this amount will suffice." She added. The child, however, seemed very appreciative. "Wow, miss, thank you so much!" He said with a bright smile upon his face. Krysta smiled back, and the child would be on his way, bringing the gold stars to the one with the blueprints. Item Name: Gold Stars Quantity: 1
  12. Krysta looked over to ChaseR, then back to Astralin, who tried to reassure the players, saying she would be fine. "I...I understand. Just...please, do be careful..." Krysta replied. With that, Astralin would enter the lake. If only she understood why Astralin would want to take a swim in the lake at a time like this...but then she remembered. "Well... It all began when I was fascinated with the sights, then I started learning more about them, and...I kind of learned why my Mother adored them too. Honestly, if my Mother had no love for the stars, constellations and galaxies, I wouldn't hav
  13. ChaseR would slowly, hesitantly nod his head. He sighed, and told Krysta that he would try to calm down, as he looked down towards the ground. This player was certainly tense, to the point where calming down had become a daunting task... If it were not for this game bringing death, such mental tolls would not have fallen on the players of Aincrad... Krysta knew she had to do something about it all, but she had to reach higher levels to do so...to a significant degree, at least. She would return to her search, and find a cluster of eight golden stars. Seven more. Seven more until she had attain
  14. Shay would tell ChaseR that he did not need to worry, that he should relax instead. ChaseR would apologize as he admitted his concern, seeing that this was a higher floor and he didn't want casualties. "Most of the creatures on this floor are simply critters that do not fight back. Monsters are uncommon in this floor, powerful ones are usually rare. Therefore, it is unlikely that we will encounter any combat of any sort." Krysta said to ChaseR with a smile, as to reassure him. Krysta would resume her search, and find a cluster of seven gold stars. She had eighty five of them now, it would not
  15. Krysta saw how things quickly settled, and how swiftly the players moved to gathering from the lakeshore itself, while ChaseR decided to keep a hand on his weapon in case there were any more piscine issues that transpired. Krysta would come close to the water, and find a cluster of gold stars. She had a fair sum of them now, only twenty two golden stars away from one hundred. This was proceeding at a fairly fast-paced rate. It would not be long before each of the players managed to collect at least one hundred of them. The threshold goal for the players' contributions to the rail was about two
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